Dak Prescott is a week into his recovery from the gruesome ankle injury that cost him the remainder of the 2020 season. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback is expected to miss four to six months with a fractured ankle.
The former Mississippi State star was playing under the franchise tag this season, so it made people very upset at the team for not getting a long-term deal done with him during the offseason.
On Sunday, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was asked by Keyshawn Johnson what he thought of the situation and he gave the best answer anyone can have about the situation: never talk about another man’s money.
“Dak’s our quarterback. I think we all know that,” Elliott said. “My dad taught me at a young age, never talk about another man’s money…That’s not really my business.”
Jerry Jones is reportedly planning on hitting his quarterback with another franchise tag in 2021 with the hopes of working out a longterm deal, per CBS Sports.
The Cowboys, meanwhile, are scheduled to take on the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football as they look to even up their record at 3-3.